A web 2.0 case tool supporting packaged software implementation
|A web 2.0 case tool supporting packaged software implementation|
|Author(s)||Wu H., Arnaout G.|
|Published in||ICEIS 2008 - Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems|
|Keyword(s)||Case-based reasoning, Packaged Software Implementation, Web 2.0, Wiki (Extra: Business problems, CASE tools, Case-Based reasonings, Custom solutions, Lower costs, Packaged Software Implementation, Packaged softwares, Similar cases, Web 2.0, Wiki, Beam plasma interactions, Case based reasoning, Information systems, Management information systems, Software engineering, Systems analysis, World Wide Web, Computer aided software engineering)|
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A web 2.0 case tool supporting packaged software implementation is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Wu H., Arnaout G. and published in ICEIS 2008 - Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems.
Companies increasingly rely on implementing packaged software instead of developing custom solutions. Packaged software implementation (PSI) is the process to solve business problems by customizing and integrating an off-the-shelf software package. However, there has been a lack of CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) tools to support PSI. This paper presents a Web 2.0 based tool that supports casebased reasoning in PSI. The tool helps users explore past design cases, find a similar case, and reuse the design for that case in new problem situations. Our belief is that by utilizing the social power of a large group of users, better designs can be achieved at lower risks and lower costs.
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